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-- RMU SESSION 4 EXERCISE 3 If in doubt about how to submit, see SUBMISSION_GUIDELINES file. In this exercise, we'll be exploring object oriented design principles, taking a look at SOLID in particular. Our goal is to create realistic examples of these high level concepts in action. == GUIDELINES - Start by watching the following talk from Sandi Metz. It's recommended to watch the whole thing. http://confreaks.net/videos/240-goruco2009-solid-object-oriented-design - For each of the following principles, create an example that clearly demonstrates the core ideas behind the principle: * Single responsibility principle * Open/closed principle * Liskov substitution principle * Interface segregation principle * Dependency inversion principle - Also, choose three of the above principles and create a counterexample for each. - Try to pick good examples that look like they could be from real code, and avoid duplication of other student's work by describing your scenarios as you work on them. - You can make all of your examples follow a common theme if you'd like, but each example must be a bit of code you can actually execute which focuses on exactly one principle or a counter example of that principle. This means you need to create a total of 8 different examples, not just one big one that covers all of the requirements. - Feel free to use real code from an existing project (your own, another student's, or an open source project) to form your examples if you'd like. But make sure that you clean things up enough so it's clear what principle you're trying to demonstrate. - Finally, do not re-use the examples from Sandi's talk. == QUESTIONS? Hit up the mailing list or IRC. RMU exercises are left deliberately open ended, and often benefit from some discussion before, during, and after you work on them.